STOP Your BLAST Cycle NOW If You Are Not Doing THIS

Kai Palikiko           Dec.  26, 2020

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

Stop whatever blast cycle you doing right now if you're not doing this particular pathway when it comes to lifestyle cycling.

What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, the best way to reach me is the link to my email.

You can easily find that link in the description, you click on that link, it takes you to a website, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it is going to go directly to my proton mail. So when it comes to the issues, because there are issues when it comes to using anabolics, my issue that I found is that I'm gonna get results way too fast, I'm talking about quick, fast, amazing, substantial results where I could actually see it.

Not like results where oh, you gained like two pounds, that's cool. No, I am talking about oh my God, what, what are you doing? What are you taking? What protein shake are you doing? That type of results to where it's actually apparent, not the, you know, condescending, oh, good job Billy, good job Little Timmy, you got like five pounds at the gym, amazing. No, real actual result.

Now, the drawback to that is, honestly, as us men, and I guess this is a good trait, we just got to pull ourselves back to the middle here, is we get greedy. We really do. We try to do everything we can when it comes to one cycle. For example, a lot of my guys, even myself, at least back then, what if I do like a cutting cycle after my bulking cycle in the same exact blast?

What if I do this and this at the same time? Can I do a lean bulking, cutting, maintaining, re-compound cycle all at once? It's like dude, we get greedy. And I get it, because look, that's the fun stuff about this type of lifestyle man, the results are just incredible. The results are so fast, they're so dramatic. 

Dude, I would be doing a bulking cycle, and I'd be walking around my own fricking house and I'd start bumping into walls by accident. I'm sure I'm not the only one who does this, because I get so wide so quickly and so fast. Certain shirts I got to toss out now, certain suits I got to weight to wear in order for me to get down in a certain body weight, because I get so big.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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When it comes to food, the refrigerator is half gone most of the time, because I'm eating so much of it, because my metabolism is so fast, like everything happens so quickly when it comes to using anabolics.

And like I said before, the drawback to that, I get greedy out of it. But over time, because of my mentor and all my friends that have helped me out, and then of course of my maturity, I've come to the point to where it's like, you know what, in order for me to really get the most out of every single cycle that I do, I have to be committed to it. When it comes to being on a bulking cycle right now.

For example, because a lot of guys are on a bulking cycle right now, we're getting through it to the point to where we're trying to get massive, we're trying to get big, we're trying to, you know, pretty much blow up in terms of size. The slight drawback to that is the moment we see a little bit of a punchiness, a little bit of water retention, oh my God, it's the end of the world, I'm getting too much fat. Dude, that's part of it. 

That's part of a bulking cycle. We have to think I'm in this pathway, whatever happens now, I am going to accept the good with the bad. I cannot accept 20 inch arms and yet oh no, I'm starting to slow down with my cardio, or oh, I am starting to get a little bit too thick. It comes with the territory. 

I've revealed to you that I do have some kind of body dysmorphia to where I think I'm too small, and that's why I'm afraid to cut down so quickly so fast. I have this as well, I always have to remind myself like everybody else, I'm now committed to this pathway, right? I can't do two cycles at the same exact time. It's a waste. Once I start a certain cycle right now, I got to commit to it, because look, when it comes to my insecurities, I figured out a way to take control of it.

And the best thing to do is just to keep my mind out of it. It's like once I decide that's it, I need to stop talking to myself about well, what if I try to work it this way and I add a certain compound here? No, no, because I come to the end result now that if I'm going to do a bulking cycle and I try to do a little bit of cutting somewhere in the middle of that, I'm going to get a terrible mediocre at best type of bulking cycle. 

And here's the thing too, when I dial that in properly, right, when I'm fully committed, say to a bulking cycle, I'm going to be obsessed with this, so everything that I do is actually going to help me out when it comes to that pathway. So if I'm fully committed to a bulking cycle, I'm thinking now how much more do I need to lift?

How much more do I need to eat? What else can I do to eat more? What else can I do to get more meals in? How much more can I increase my protein macros? What else can I do? Because the only thing I'm doing, if I'm really obsessed with it, I'm gonna do everything I can to stick within that pathway and not let the other distractions even glare at it. I'm going to be more towards bulking, what else can I do? How more can I bulk?

What else can I eat? What else can I add? How heavy I can lift? Dude, it's fricking awesome when a person actually becomes obsessed. Now, don't let the pheasants out there make you think being obsessed is a bad thing. It's a good thing, especially with what we're doing here. They just make obsession sound bad when it comes to fitness, because the majority of the people out there are obese. 

So of course, they're going to demonize the fitness world by thinking, being obsessed, going to the gym is a bad thing. Please, diabetes, please. When it comes to other stuff, too, dude, being distracted with certain cycles too, certain compounds as well. If I chose to do test, NPP and EQ, I can't be thinking, hey Primobolan, what's, what's going on over there. I can't do that either. And that's where obsession comes in. 

If I'm so obsessed with my test, NPP and EQ, not even good old Tren, not even DNP, not even Primobolan, not even all that stuff that's not related to my cycle, I'm not going to get distracted from it. So anytime I am on a certain pathway now, I become obsessed. If I'm going to be eating a lot, if I'm really underweight, if I need to eat whatever I need to, dude I'm going to be in that pathway the entire time.

The same thing with the cutting cycle. This was one of my biggest insecurities. I'm thinking, you know what, if I'm going to get to the point to where I get too small, that is the consequences of a cutting cycle. Now I get it, I'm never gonna become that way, because I'm on a whole lot of Gear, I am on HGH, no. But again, though, it's my mindset has to play a big role into it. 

So the moment I choose a cycle, and I start it, I'm not talking about when I actually pin that very first day of day one of bulking or cutting, I am talking about the moment I write it out, I plan everything out, I homebrewed everything. I got to stick with it. 

That's the only way for me to really get the most out of that particular cycle.  Anyways brother, the link to my email is right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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